Monday, July 25, 2011

Feed your Family for Free?

I recently discovered this program that shows you how to get your food for free each month. The company is MPB and they have a great track record for success with this program. So--if you would like to learn how you can get paid plus FREE food each month--then go here and check it out!

Feed Family Free

Deborah Mumm
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Friday, July 15, 2011

Hollywood Secrets to Lose Weight Fast

Are you tired of watching television stars with trim and fit bodies? Do you wish you could afford the systems they use? Even if you can't get the personal trainer there is a program that many of the stars use in their own homes to get that perfect looking body.

19 years of research and painstaking work outs has gone in to developing this revolutionary program which is designed to be followed by anybody, any age, male or female.

This program has been developed as a 100% guaranteed fat loss system and results have been proven throughout California before we even thought about publishing it. Many scientists and nutritionists compared notes and passed on information and results which were trialed, tested and proven over the past 6 years. This really is the nutritional and training guide of the stars.

So if you would like to learn how to lose fat without pills... without starving yourself... and without screwing up your metabolism for ever... Then this is the program for you! I have researched this and found it to be true.

Go now and take a look at this amazing weight loss program for the elite.

Elite Weight Loss Program

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Deborah Mumm, The Allergy Queen

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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Which States are the Fattest?

Obesity Rates are exploding in the USA! Sad, but true.
20 years ago not a single state had an obesity rate over 15%. Now ALL 50 states are over that!

Mississippi, where 34.4 percent of the people are obese, has the highest obesity rate. Other states with obesity rates above 30 percent include: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. Thirty-eight other states have obesity rates above 25 percent.

Other highlights of the report include:

The number of adults who do not exercise rose across 14 states.
Obesity among men is up in nine states, but dropped for women in Nevada.
Obesity prevalence varies with education and income. The least educated and the poorest had the highest rates of obesity; college graduates had the lowest.

For the second year in a row, obesity rates rose in Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Rhode Island and Texas.

And, for the third year straight, more residents of Florida, Kansas, Maine, Oklahoma and Vermont tipped the scale toward obesity.

Colorado, with an obesity rate of 19.8 percent, is the only state where the rate is less than 20 percent, the investigators found.

Bottom line--- We all need to eat less and exercise more. We need to learn to reach for healthier, nutrition packed food instead of junk food. It is not too late to make a change so we can change these obesity statistics.

Deborah Mumm

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